Street Fighter 6 Beta 2: Just in time for the holidays, Capcom has announced that the second beta test for Street Fighter 6 will begin in a few weeks.
Those invested in the series will get another chance to play the forthcoming game’s beta build between December 16 and 19, 2022.
People who participated in the October beta test will, according to the developers, receive an invitation to the second beta test without having to do anything.
Those who missed out on October’s test will have a second opportunity to play the fighter before its official release in 2023, as the testing pool will be expanded to include additional participants.
As a result of the illicit resale of beta key codes, the application procedure for the closed beta has undergone significant changes. This tutorial will explain how to get into Capcom’s upcoming second Street Fighter 6 beta, which will operate somewhat differently from the first.
Simply sign up for a Capcom ID on the Street Fighter 6 website (https://cloud.event.capcom.com/sf6 cbt/entry) and you’ll be eligible to participate in the upcoming second closed beta.
Following the creation of the ID, the player must link their Capcom account to the desired gaming system. As long as you follow the steps outlined on the official page, you’ll have no trouble connecting your Capcom ID to your Steam, PSN, or Microsoft account.
The makers of Street Fighter 6 want you to know a few things before you sign up for the second closed beta:
- Those who were fortunate enough to be invited to the first Street Fighter 6 beta test will automatically be invited to the second testing round.
- Players will be picked by a lottery system, the same as the previous beta, so even if you apply, there’s no assurance you’ll be accepted.
- During the beta testing period, you may not use the software you get for the Closed Beta Test for any other purpose, nor may you use the software you receive from Capcom for the purpose of reverse engineering or otherwise understanding how the program works.
The following are other claims made by Capcom:
“The aim of the Closed Beta Test is for us to monitor the play experience of participants, identify any potential issues, and then address them in order to improve the quality of the game. As such, it is possible that errors may occur during the test that causes the game to freeze or close during gameplay. The test sessions will use a version of the game still in development. As a result, we cannot guarantee a smooth gameplay experience. Please bear all of this in mind when taking part in the test.”
There is a time limit on signing up for the second Street Fighter 6 beta test; submissions must be received no later than December 11, 2022, at 6:59 am PST. Before then, you should connect your Capcom ID to the platform you intend to use.